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Explore Kent Walking Festival

The Medway Ramblers are having a walk through High Halstow on 7th August. The walk details are as follows:

Meet in front of St Margaret’s Church in High Halstow. Park courteously around the village. A circum-navigation of High Halstow – making use of the east & west bound Saxon Shore Way. Mainly flat but we will climb Northward Hill. We will pass through / nearby Fenn Street and Sharnal Street. This is a walk of fine views and historical interest. We will have a number of opportunities to see evidence of a bygone Medway � waste disposal, defence systems dating back over 100 years, and smuggler haunts; and hear about Medway’s contribution to the liberation of mainland Europe in the Second World War. Pub with lunches available at end.

Start time: 10am
Distance: 6 miles

For further details please contact Geoff
Contact email: geoff.rambler@blueyonder.co.uk

Information about the Medway Group

Phone: 01634 406634

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General Note
Most walks listed here are intended primarily for Ramblers’ Association members. Non-members are welcome to join us as guests on two or three walks, though if you walk with a group regularly you will be expected to join the Ramblers.

Please make sure that you are fit enough to undertake the walk you intend to join. If you’re unsure of your fitness level, try a short and easy walk first: it’s much better to find a walk a little too slow and easy than to make yourself miserable and exhausted.

Most Ramblers’ walks are off-road in rural areas. Please have suitable footwear and clothing for the walk you intend to join, and bring some food and drink, even if the walk includes a pub or café break. Leaders may refuse to accept participants who in their opinion are inadequately equipped or unfit. When in doubt, contact the organisers or the walk leader in advance.

For your own and others’ safety please read and abide by any advice and guidelines issued by the organisers, and the instructions of the walk leader. Though walking is inherently one of the safest outdoor activities, no activity is completely without risk and it is your responsibility to behave sensibly and to minimise the potential for accidents to occur.

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